Energizer 6 LED Headlight
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- Four light modes - white spot, area, and flood light, red light for night vision
- Pivots to direct light where you need it
- 95 lumens of light output
- 8.5 Hour run time
- Packed with 3 AAA Energizer® MAX® batteries
- Water & impact resistant to stand up to harsh conditions
- Allows you to complete plumbing, electrical and other tasks requiring both hands.
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Drawback #1: This thing has four modes: White Spotlight, White Floodlight, White Spot plus Flood, Red, and OFF. The selection is made by pressing one switch over and over. This is a pain, especially since the switch is small and rather stiff. With gloves on it's almost impossible. It also means that to get to the night vision friendly RED you've got to step through 3 WHITE settings.
Drawback #2: The LED's are not recessed and don't have reflectors to direct the light forward. I wear glasses and the stray light hits my glasses and makes it almost impossible to see. I later "fixed" this by painting the lower portion of the assembly with black car touch-up paint. This greatly reduced the stray light problem.
Before I purchased the 6 LED model I had the 3 LED model. Other than not beeing as bright, it is a better design because it has a 3 position slider switch...center OFF, left RED, right WHITE. So, if you want RED, you go straight to RED. Also, the LED's are recessed a bit and don't throw nearly as much light into my face as this 6 LED model did.
Note that I just saw a new Energizer head lamp that seems to fix the stray light problem. It has a high power LED with reflector for the spot light, the but the unit is rather bulky. Unfortunately, it looks to have the same crappy push-button switch design as this one.
As of the date of this review, the picture is that of the 3 LED lamp. I advised Amazon of the error but they said it was fine as is. Whatever.
This model was difficult to find last year. I'm very happy that Energizer decided to reintroduce the product.
I do have a bit of a beef with this product listing on Amazon. The site shows a very bogus "List" price of $74.61 but they'll discount it 70% or $52.55 to a price of $22.06. Give me a break! On what planet would this list for $74.61? I know this is Amazon's site but you can pick this light up at any discount store, like Target, for $14.99!
Energizer also has a 3 LED version and another version with a 1 watt LED spot.
All are great products.
Another note to the Amazon Webmaster: You might want to double check that you have the correct picture associated with the described product. You picture the 3 LED light and describe the 6. I'm a very active Amazon Prime customer so I think I have earned the right to say who ever edited this product site really screwed the pooch.
Update: I will give Amazon some credit for actually reading reviews. Less than 24 hours after my review they adjusted the "list" price from $74.61 to a still too high but more realistic $24.95 "discounted" 12% or 2.89 for a price of $22.06. This is still $7 higher than the average discount store (more when you factor in shipping). Now, they just need to correct the picture to the product description.
- Price is right. This one gets rough work because if I lose it, I just buy another. They are available for less at your local big box home center, FYI.
- Very bright for its size and price.
- Nice to have a (surprisingly bright!) red light included.
- White color artifacts aren't offensive.
- Comfortable. Very comfortable. Thick pad against forehead.
-Adjustable beam up and down.
- No waterproofing, so don't wear it in the rain.
- Not floody enough for arm's length work that requires peripheral vision, not even in the flood mode.
- Up/down beam adjust starting to show wear already. Will it go wobbly soon? Don't know.
- Ugly spot/distance beam with ring artifacts. Easy fix below.
- I took off the clear lens and bead-blasted it inside and out. This spread the beam, got rid of the ugly artifacts, and gave me a useably floody light for end-of-the-arm work. Obviously this is NOT a modification you'd make if you wanted the beam to throw, such as for trail hiking.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This headlamp is great for anyone needing grippies on the band. There is a lot of swirly grippy rubber on the inside of the band. Read morePublished 1 day ago by oldtimehockey
I own several of these, and use them for walking home from my neighbor's house at night (through the woods--bears! eeek! snakes! eek! Read morePublished 13 days ago by Rabid Reader
I use this on my car, around the house repairs, etc. Band stays snug and doesn't slip due to the rubberized backing on the band. The different light settings are great.Published 16 days ago by Anthony
This is a good light for the price. I was able to buy it from NAPA auto parts store with a $10 off coupon. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jennie
This Energizer item is fabulous......why I like it...? Its easy, theres no set-up/reading directions/aggravation....it just goes around one's head, like a headband. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dian
I like it. Needed a new one to replace my last Energizer (bulb went, and it's simpler, and pretty cheap, to just pick up an upgraded model). Read morePublished 7 months ago by T. Kadrie